The first item is the limited edition attraction called the Lion Grand. It is modeled after the MGM Grand hotel, and is named the Lion Grand due to the fact that MGM’s logo contains the lion. As a limited edition attraction, it is only available to a little over 3,000 more users, as of this writing, and only then to those who will be willing to spend the 89 Facebook Credit price to purchase one (that’s almost $9).
The second and third items are standard fare – a Tanning Salon that unlocks at level 29 and can be purchased for 150,000 coins, and a Fishing Pond that goes for 60 Facebook Credits ($6) – while the fourth item is the Tropical Pedals bicycling shop, which is a fairly cheap attraction, going for just 5,000 coins, but there’s a catch – it’s only available to purchase if you’ve signed up for the game’s email distribution list.
Luckily, you can take care of signing up right then and there – simply click on the attraction and you’ll be given a pop-up informing you of its being locked, and you can sign up for the email list by following the instructions you’ll find therein. Also, you won’t have to refresh the game to have access to the item – it will automatically unlock after just a few seconds and a few clicks.
To take a look at any of these four items in closer detail, head over to the game’s page on Facebook.
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